Seeds of megalomania didn’t come to India with Hindutva.
Self-criticism and introspection don’t seem to go well with the current crop of Indian partisans.
Left Front keeps Kerala, BJP retains Assam, Congress in disarray.
What accounts for the government’s arrogance and the vicious response to criticism?
Rehman Sahib came across as a battle-scarred soldier who was perpetually planning to regroup after a setback.
Facts on the ground reveal Modi’s exaggerated sense of political invincibility.
The Congress requires an urgent strategy to stop the haemorrhage of wholesale migration of its MLAs to the BJP in different states
India’s fractious opposition criminally created the ground for Narendra Modi to sidle close to seizing absolute power.
Says the former PM kept Pakistan's envoy in Delhi out of the loop while conducting secret talks with Modi.
It’s become difficult to tell the left, liberal and right from each other.
Guru’s faith in Rumi and Sufism and his deep-seated aversion to puritanism were of a piece with what used to define Kashmiriat.
Other natural questions flow from the prospect of India’s improved relations with Pakistan.
Who decides the national interest, and, thereby, which separatism to support, which to oppose?
Being in penury, or near penury, is a good sign for the Congress party.
For the farmers, the Ambani-Adani reference has cropped up without a pause in their critique.
Sport has served politics and rarely if ever has it been the other way around.
Despite the world public opinion being overwhelmingly against it, Israel continues with its aggression.
Going by its history, the Shiv Sena makes a poor ally of democracy.
The Special Marriage Act in India was meant to circumvent the crisis not to add to it.
The world is waiting out the fraught days before Joe Biden can put the doomsday trigger out of Trump’s reach.